Joining Us on Sunday
We Welcome You!
Thank you for your interest in St. Paul Catholic Church. We’re glad you found us.
Please join us as we give you a tour of the church in our video presented to the right of the page and show you what it’s like to attend Mass here.
St Paul is a Roman Catholic Church located in Tampa’s Carrollwood area. We welcome people of all faiths and backgrounds, offering eight weekend Masses in three languages – English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Regardless of the language, all Masses feature warm interaction between the congregation and the priests via enthusiastic prayer response.
All Masses offer beautiful music; the 10:45 AM Sunday Mass showcases our talented choir and the 5:30 PM Sunday Mass, which also serves as the kick start to our weekly Youth program, features modern music and a relaxed atmosphere.
Everyone is welcome anytime, especially families with children.
Getting to St. Paul is easy. There is plenty of parking at our two entrances - one on Dale Mabry and the other on Stall Road – and many signs that point you to the main church building.
When you enter the church, take a seat anywhere you like.
If you have questions or need assistance, feel free to ask one of our many ushers. They are easily identified by their St. Paul name tags.
Before Mass begins, the church is fairly quiet, allowing you a moment to internally reflect and prepare.
You will find a full text of the readings for each Sunday’s Mass in that week’s bulletin, should you desire to take one as you enter the church.
Prayer cards containing the recent word changes in some of the Mass prayers are available in the pews.
Everyone is welcome to attend our Masses regardless of faith, however, only Catholics in good standing may receive Holy Communion.
Anyone may receive a special blessing during the Communion service. Just join the Communion line and place your arms across your chest as you approach the altar.
After the Communion service, children who have not celebrated their First Communion are invited to the altar to receive a special blessing.
After Mass, feel free to approach the priest, deacon or ushers with any questions or just to say “Hello.”
We hope you will join us. For more information, please contact us as indicated on your screen. Be sure to check our website for more details.
Thank you for watching and may God bless you.
St. Paul Parish Televised Mass
24 hour Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament every Wednesday and Friday 8:00 am